The Bully Pulpit examines the culture of cyberbullying in social media and the use of photographs to articulate a response to the bullies who believe that they are making their comments under the cloak of anonymity. The responses for the cyber bullies are made through self-portrait photographs that include a subject dressed as the bully and the comment that the bully made. The public social media profiles of cyber bullies are used as sources to create the costumes for the subject of the photograph. The photograph with included bullying texts are responses that cannot be removed from the internet unlike texts responses that can be deleted.
|Place of Publication||Barcelona, Spain|
|Publisher||Fall Line Press|
|Number of pages||66|
|Publication status||Published - 18 Apr 2019|
- Anti Bullying
- Performance Art
- social media